In 1616 at Louviers, a busy little old world town of Normandy situate on the river Eure, some 7 and 20 miles from Rouen, was founded the convent of S. Louis IX and S. Elizabeth of Hungary, for a community of Regular Tertiaries of the Third Franciscan Order. Their first director was an old priest named David, shortly to be succeeded by Mathurin picard, the vicar of Mesnil jourdain, whose curate, Thomas Boulle, assisted him and upon his death in 1642 was installed with full responsibility in his room. By some unhappy fate it was more than mere chance without design all 3 were adherents of the Manichees, concealing their Satanism under a guise of orthodox sanctity. From the commencement they set to work to corrupt the hapless religious whose faithful pastors and guardians they should have been, and instead of lifting their souls to heaven they dragged them down to the nethermost inferno. As early as 1634 there were indications that something was seriously amiss. 2 or 3 Sisters were seized with fits of an abnormal nature, now standing rigid in some paralytic trance, now foaming on the ground in an epilepsy and writhing as some boneless contortionist of the circus arena. Matters however seem to have been hushed up for a while, although the infamous Picard ran some danger of being exposed. He was, in truth, the Chief Officer and Grand Master of all the witches and devil worshippers troughout the district. Having seduced and entirely subjected to his will an unfortunate nun, Madeleine Bavent, he used her as his instrument, his associate, and intermediary. There can be no doubt, I think, that Picard must have possessed extraordinary hypnotic powers, and Madeleine Bavent is probably not to be accounted morally responsible for the orgy of crime into which she was plunged. The details are known from the confession which she wrote in prison at the instance of the Abbe de marets, and oratorian, who helped and counselled her in those hours of penitence and remorse. Several nights a week she was awakened just before Matins, that is to say about midnight, by one of the nuns, and conducted to the sabbat. It is clear that Picard had provided himself with with false keys so that he could gain admission to any part of the cloister at any hour. She declared that she never used any ointment or recited any spell, but that she was conveyed to the sabbat by the power of Picard without knowing how she arrved there, obviously in a state of trance. The exact place where the Sabbat took place she could not identify, but it was presumably in some house not far from the convent. It was a long and narrow room, lighted by flares and the candles upon the Devil’s altar which had been erected there. This certainly suggests a cellar. A number of persons dressed as priests were present, and some in grotesque masking habits, half animal, half human. She never assisted at any adoration of the demon in the form of a he goat, and the rites were seldom followed by a banquet. The Black Mass of Satan was continually said at the altar. The host appeared to be of a red colour, and communion was given to the worshippers. The liturgy was read from a book of blasphemie, which was also carried in procession. It contained the most hideous maledictions against all things sacred and divine, and seems to have been a manuscript rather than a printed book. There was also a register or roll of the Satanists in which her name had been inscribed by David. This was kept with the utmost care and Madeleine was never told the names of any who were present. She recognized 4 religious from her own house, Catherine of the Cross, Catherine of S. Genevieve, Elizabeth of the Nativity, and Anne Barre, also Thomas Boulle and several others priests whom she knew only by sight, probably as having served the convent chapel. Prominent among the assistants were an elderly man with iron grey hair, who was generally richly dressed in a purple velvet suit, and a matron, said to be Mother Frances of the Cross (in the world Simonne Gangain), a co foundress of the Louviers convent, who ordinarily resided at Paris. It is impossible to relate certain abominations and unnatural defilements of the Blessed Sacrament which these evil priests practised. The details are frankly too monstrous for reproduction. The wretched woman further related: “On the Good Friday night of one Picard and Boulle brought with them four hosts; 2 of these they put in their own mouths, and the other 2 into Mother Simonne’s mouth and mine; then they exchanged theirs for ours in order to cement for ever the union connexion between us. One night, after the book of blasphemies had been carried in procession, a little crucifix was brought in and large Hoses were nailed to the hands and feet of the figure of Christ, and each one present stabbed the Hosts with a sharp knife. There fell 2 or 3 drops of blood, which were gathered up carefully and preserved with the Hosts to confect a charm.” “I cannot but believe,” she cried in tones of utter despair, “that this is a renewal of the Crucifixion of Our Lord.” On one occasion a priest brought a chalice half filled with the Precious Blood, which they poured out over the floor. One Holy Saturday a woman handed over to these men devils her newly born child. The babe was crucified on a rough cross, its little hands and feet being fastened to the wood with nails which pierced large Hosts. 2 men, who had ventured to the sabbat out of curiosity, filled with horror at the spectacle refused to take part in the orgies of lust and murder. They were not allowed to leave the house alive. Picard used to delight to subject the miserable Madeleine to the most infamous sexual connexions, to prostitute her publicly before the fiendish assembly. In fine, the pages of de Sade contain nothing fouler than the confessions of this wretched woman; the most cruel and obscene episodes of Justine or Juliette pale before the sworn statement of this demoniac nun.
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